Executive Education & Training
Executive Education Training provides education for business executives, business leaders and functional managers focused on improving specific leadership skills. Executive education is an important tool for global businesses to nurture top leadership talent. It offers executives new knowledge to enhance skills and gives them the opportunity to step back and gain new perspectives.
In an increasingly complex global business environment, leaders will continue to look for ways to stay ahead of the crowd and make meaningful change, ensuring continued need for high-quality executive education. Companies and their executives are demanding ever more from executive education programs. The curriculum needs to be relevant to global business challenges and must evolve with world trends.
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It’s no secret that there is a crisis of leadership not only locally, but across the globe. One just has to look at recent events at FIFA, Volkswagen, and closer to home with SAA, Eskom and even South Africa’s very own presidential leadership, as examples of how important leadership is to organisational performance and sustainability.
A crisis is defined as a time of difficulty or danger. Many companies are fast approaching this point. Drought has devastated agri-business. Weak commodity demand has cut mining jobs and profits. Manufacturing is near recession. Retailers face growing pressure while banks prepare for more bad debt.
Lack of trust appears to be a growing problem throughout the workforce today.
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Company executives are pragmatic about profit. They may be innovative, but they remain practical. They do what works or has good prospects of working. Even the most forward-thinking corporate leaders are rooted in the real world. They know today’s earnings enable tomorrow’s growth.
The University of Pretoria’s Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) has once again come out tops as the only African and South African business school to be ranked as one of the top providers of executive education programmes.
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